Louth: Enterprise Board forges strong cross-border links

A range of events for this week's European SME Enterprise Week will be hosted by Louth County Enterprise Board as part of its ongoing programme to drive small business development across the county.

24th November, 2013
Celebrating Louth County Enterprise Board's 20 years of service were Joe English (assistant chief executive); Liam Woods (chairman), Denise Belton (administrator); Ronan Dennedy (chief executive); Peggy McGlynn (Business Support Executive); Sarah Mallon (project co-ordinator) and Mark Little of Storyful.

A range of events for this week's European SME Enterprise Week will be hosted by Louth County Enterprise Board as part of its ongoing programme to drive small business development across the county. Louth County Enterprise Board has been supporting SMEs and micro-enterprises in the region for more than 20 years.

''Over the past 20 years, we have invested grant aid in 333 enterprises supporting 1,160 jobs. Some 70 per cent of those businesses are still...

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